Lots of local hockey fans would love to see the Stanley Cup.
But maybe not if it's being presented by two former Flyers who helped win it just this season for another team.
The Flyers' last championship came in 1975, and fans have since endured the heartbreak of losing in the finals a half-dozen times.
Thursday afternoon at Caesars Atlantic City, the famous trophy will be accompanied by Los Angeles Kings forward Justin Williams and Kings assistant coach John Stevens, with Trenton Titans assistant coach Todd Fedoruk, another ex-Flyer in attendance.
In June, Williams' four goals and 11 assists helped propel the Kings to the franchise's first-ever National Hockey League championship. The Flyers draftee also won a title in 2006 with the Carolina Hurricanes, after being traded from Philadelphia.